Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96
Queen Elizabeth II’s death marks the end of an era because of the depth of her eminent figure.
Sadly, prestigious leadership, authority and reputation seem to disappear in our times.
By the way, we are not here to retrace her history as the UK’s longest-serving monarch. In a world that seems to move backwards, we want to pay homage by quoting The Queen’s words when she gave the royal assent for marriage equality in 2015:
“My government will make further progress to tackle the gender pay gap and discrimination against people on the basis of their race, faith, gender, disability or sexual orientation.”
“Who’d have thought 62 years ago when I came to the throne, I’d be signing something like this? Isn’t it wonderful?’”
In 70 years on the throne, always devoted to service, Queen Elizabeth reformed the monarchy, committed to supporting human rights.
Also, her unforgettable style, made of bold colours and staple pieces, represented a constant throughout her reign. A recognisable and reassuring trademark.
A steady presence and a great leader, one of our favourites in the world.
And she will always be The Queen.